Additionally, it is feared that assessments carried out at EU level by ENTSO-E could lead to poor implementation of decisions due to the lack of a specific national angle.
With the proposal now being discussed at the European Parliament, EURACTIV organised a workshop to discuss in more detail the future of the European electricity market.
- How to safeguard the right of each member state to choose the most fitting energy mix for their markets and hence avoid any shortage of power supply?
- What is needed for a reliable cross-border grid? How can the national TSOs’ analysis be better included in the ENTSO-E findings?
- How to ensure that investment is not hindered by lower prices? Are scarcity pricing and intervention in the capacity markets an adequate solution?
- How can electricity market design support the EU2030 energy and climate goals, including GHG reduction and energy efficiency measures, in the most efficient way?